Cytecare hospital has been designed keeping patients at the focal point, therefore, the placement and designs of all our patient rooms, consultation chambers, therapy rooms OTs, ICUs, walkways, parkings and lounges are also in accordance with our patients' requirements.
The architecture and interiors have been planned to provide a serene and stress-free environment which caters to all 5 senses. We have invested in cutting-edge, energy-efficient systems for our hospital, which ensure advanced energy management for a green, eco-friendly environment.
Soothing view and minimised sound for a peaceful atmosphere
Exclusive outpatient consulting section for women
Individual cabins for patients undergoing chemotherapy
Secluded radiation therapy chamber with easier accessibility for patients
Separate OT waiting areas as well as an ICU waiting lounge
Recreational area especially for patients and their families
Support railings in key walking paths
Friendly facility for differently-abled
We understand that patients need their privacy and for this reason, we offer a range of stay options, each well-furnished and comfortable. All our rooms have a view of the natural surroundings, creating a soothing and serene environment, aiding in overall healing. We offer:
Each exclusive suite is equipped with private sleeping and living areas, with an attached bathroom. There is a bed for the caregiver as well. The living area has a television and a refrigerator for added comfort and convenience.
This spacious room is tastefully furnished with a single bed for the patient, a couch for attendants, a television and an attached bathroom.
This double occupancy room comes equipped with a couch for each caregiver and has a single attached bathroom. Separate television sets with built-in speakers have been placed near the patient and attendant beds to allow for a private viewing experience.
This comfortable four-sharing room comes with a separate shower and restroom.
At Cytecare, we adhere to standards of infection-control prescribed by the NABH (National Accreditation Board of Hospitals) and use HEPA filters which keep the environment dust and allergen-free. Our sterilisation design incorporates the use of laminar flow/plenum to maintain the quality of air ventilation and minimise airborne contaminants. To secure high efficiency for infection control, we have acquired a high-end, advanced Central Sterilisation Supply Department (CSSD), which enables the efficient and seamless flow of sterile goods.
Technology in the field of cancer been evolving at a rapid pace.
To ensure our clinical team has the best-in-class technology to deliver high quality care, we have invested in advanced diagnostic and therapeutic equipment such as:
Advances in diagnostic technology together with skilled clinical and technician expertise are necessary for early and accurate detection of cancer. This is critical for determining the way forward with respect to treatment and therapy. PET CT is one of the most effective diagnostic techniques that identify the primary location of the origin of cancer. Cytecare has a state-of-the art PET CT, the GE Discovery IQ 3 Ring16 slice PET with LightBurst technology which reduces scan time and provides superior scan quality.
Our Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT) is the next generation in breast imaging digital technology with superior 3D imaging, and a scanning time of less than 20 seconds. This is beneficial because patients receive 75% less radiation compared to the radiation from LM-screen mammograms. Also the accuracy is very high for smaller lesions, as they are displayed with greater clarity, and potential breast tumours can be detected more effectively.
Cytecare is the first hospital in the state of Karnataka to install the Elekta Versa HD. This ground-breaking linear accelerator (or LINAC) advances modern cancer care with the option of conventional radiology treatment, and the added versatility to deliver sophisticated, targeted treatments. The LINAC chamber at the hospital has also been aesthetically designed to create a serene ambience for patients while they undergo treatment.